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The Encyclopedia of Life expanding at a record pace
Date:1/4/2012

ided distribution, habitat, trend, and threat information along with New World range maps and conservation status maps for U.S. states and Canadian provinces for more than 60,000 species.

EOL multimedia content is growing at a rapid pace. Images and videos come from individual photographers as well as large organizations, museums, scientists and citizen naturalists. The Encyclopedia of Life Flickr group has close to 3,000 members whose contributions to EOL via this photosharing website recently topped 100,000 photos. Over 9,000 videos complement more than 700,000 images now available on EOL.

In 2012 EOL plans to work on strengthening existing collaborations and building new relationships with contributors around the world. "We are grateful to our partners and for their unwavering commitment to Encyclopedia of Life as we continue to add content, tools and features," said Dr. Cynthia Parr, Director of the EOL Species Pages Group. "With their ongoing participation, support, and outreach, we look forward to a new year of exciting opportunities. Together we can meet the challenge of providing global access to knowledge about all life on Earth."


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